Pepa Molina starts to dance at the age of 9.
In 1993 she moves to Spain to pursue a career in Flamenco dance, learning and performing with La Mariquilla, Manolete and Juan Andres Maya where she makes her debut at the legendary gypsy caves and tablaos of El Sacromonte, Granada.
In 1998 she moves to Madrid where she studies at the legendary Amor de Dios and performs at the emblematic tablaos El Café de chinitas, Corral de la Morería, Corral de la Pacheca, La Villa Rosa, Casa Patas and Las Carboneras.
Tours Spain and internationally alongside Eva La Yerbabuena, Beatriz Martin in El amor Brujo by choreographer Manolo Marin & in Manolete’s, Paco Peña and Los Losadas, Rafael Amargo and Arrieritos Flamenco dance theatre companies.
In 2004, she forms Compañía Pepa Molina, producing and choreographing;
Of that art 2004
Neither here or there 2009
Ay Pepa, Qué historia la tuya! (Ay Pepa) 2012
Pepa Live 2014
Bush Bailando 2016
Pepa Molina is an Australian Flamenco artist with Andalusian heritage and a respected international profile. Her Flamenco productions have toured main theatre circuits in Spain, International music & dance festivals as well as Flamenco festivals across Europe, America and Asia, placing her amongst the leading international contemporary Flamenco dance companies.
2017 – 2 Australian Dance Awards nominations for Outstanding Achievement in Independent Dance & Outstanding Performance by a Female Dancer “Bush Bailando” Compañía Pepa Molina
2016 – Dance Australia’s Critic’s choice award for Most interesting Australian group/artist in 2016 for Bush Bailando
Max Awards (Spain’s leading Performing Arts Awards organized by SGAE)
2013 – Nominated for best female dancer and best dance production for “Ay Pepa!” Compañía Pepa Molina.
2007- for 13 Rosas with Arrieritos Dance company.
2002- for Amargo with Rafael Amargo dance co
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